Welcome to the Russian Hunger Games, Game 2: Winter, where anything and everything is allowed, including: fighting, booze, smoking, murder, and rape. And no, it’s not a joke.
— GAME2WINTER (@GAMETWOWINTER) December 17, 2016
The Siberian Times reports that – like the fictitious Hunger Games – Game 2: Winter will be broadcast online 24/7.
‘The online project screened 24/7 around the world will see 30 male and female contestants seek to stay alive in wilderness populated with bears and wolves.’
Furthermore, the organizers are bragging that “everything is allowed,” including rape, murder, alcohol, murder, and – gasp! – smoking. However, this “anything goes” attitude comes with a warning:
‘You must understand that the police will come and take you away. We are on the territory of Russia, and obey the laws of the Russian Federation.’
Oh, and unlike here in the United States, no guns are allowed, just knives. These real-life Hunger Games were devised by Yevgeny Pyatovsky, a Russian entrepreneur after Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s cold, black heart. He declared that this horrific online experiment bears no responsibility if any of the contestants are killed or raped.
‘We will have nothing to do with this. This will be spelt out in a document to be signed by the participant before the start of the show.’
The evil mastermind of Game 2: Winter adds that people who’ve watched shows like Lost and Survivor, which take place in warmer locations, will find that Siberian winters are not for sissies.
”Probably all of you have watched the Lost TV series, but surviving in a tropical climate is quite different from trying to stay alive in the Siberian taiga – boreal forest – at minus 40 degrees Celsius.’
Oh, and here’s an added perk for those willing to play in the Russian Hunger Games…The Siberian Times reports that contestants will receive training from the best of the best.
‘They will be given survival training from Russia’s elite former GRU Spetznaz operatives, but after that they will be on their own coping with temperatures ranging from 35C in high summer to minus 40C or lower in the depths of the Siberian winter.’
Game 2: Winter is scheduled to begin on July 1, 2017, and the object of the game is to survive through April. But, Yevgeny Pyatovsky warns:
”You should also keep in mind that this will be a real forest, with dangerous wildlife and harmful insects. Of course, there will be some safety precautions in place, but it would still take about half an hour to reach the area where the show will take place by helicopter.’
In addition, Game 2: Winter will have no filming crew.
”There will be no filming crew: the whole area will be dotted with cameras and each participant will be carrying a portable camera with 7-hour life rechargeable battery.’
Contestants need to be 18 or older and be “mentally sane.” Oh, and they’ll also need to either get voted in by viewers in an “online voting session” or pay 10 million rubles, or $165,000 in U.S. dollars. For instructions on how to apply, visit the Game 2: Winter‘s Facebook page.
WATCH: Game 2: Winter, a Russian Hunger Games, where “everything is allowed.”
Featured image: Game 2: Winter via Facebook.